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From Fear to Flow

From Fear to Flow - Excerpt from The Wedge by Scott Carney

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How to Master Your Environmental Challenges, Interview with Scott Carney, author of What Doesn’t Kill Us and The Wedge

In a way, The Wedge is really a continuation of What Doesn't Kill Us. At the end of the earlier book, I'm climbing up Mount Kilimanjaro in a bathing suit, it's negative 30 degrees outside, and I'm not dead. And I have this realization at the top of the mountain, which leads to the cheesiest thing I've ever written in my entire life, which is: "I am not on the mountain, I am the mountain."

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The Science of Isometrics Part I: The Third Law of Strength

There are THREE major Laws of Strength. (I don’t mean “laws” like train your core or bench press on Monday. I’m talking about genuine, well-established scientific principles. Strap yourself in, Jimmy.) If you want to reach the peak of your potential in the fastest possible time, you need to be utilizing all three—right now. (Yesterday, in fact.)

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ISOCHAIN Plus the Weights? The Best of Both Worlds!

Yes, the ISOCHAIN is a viable form of resistance training. Isometric work will make you stronger. It will make you bigger, too, if that’s how you use it. So many studies have proven this now, nobody who knows what they’re talking about will dispute it.

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The ISOCHAIN: FAQ

Since the initial announcement regarding the ISOCHAIN, Dragon Door has been inundated with emails regarding the device—wanting to know everything from the expected release date, to shipping issues and training queries. In this article, we will be answering the ten most common questions.

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How the ISOCHAIN Can Help Women Athletes Meet and Exceed Their Goals

At first glance, the ISOCHAIN might seem specifically beneficial for men, but isometric training can benefit all athletes. In fact, women have already been practicing versions of isometric exercises for years...

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Isometrics: Black Belt Tension Training

The number-one most effective and efficient method to master tension is through static exercise—isometric drills.

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Meet Bill Kociaba, the world’s only blind Certified Kettlebell Instructor

I eventually realized that I could still do it, I just had to be a lot more hands-on as a trainer. I developed a feather light touch so I can lightly touch someone while they are doing an exercise to monitor their form without interfering with the movement.

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“Has made a huge difference in my training”, interview Eric Bennett HardstyleFit Level1 and Level2 Instructor

Interview with HardstyleFit Level 1 and Level 2 kettlebell instructor, Eric Bennett: Originally it was just for me. But, at my job I'd been talking to quite a few people about kettlebell training and they’ve been very interested. So, I have been training quite a few people...

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The mental strength of kettlebells, Iron Maiden Anna (Sättler) Vietz, RKC

Physical strength but also mental strength—I felt stronger in business and conversations with other people.

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